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    IGNITE Talks

    Date: September 12, 2018, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    Heart of Illinois HR Council
    Location:
    The Lariat
    2232 West Glen Ave
    Peoria, IL 61614
    Event Type:
    Meeting
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    Register via this link:  https://hihrcignite.eventbrite.com

    Join us for a series of 4 IGNITE Talks

    Ignite is a series of speedy presentations. Presenters get 20 slides, which automatically advance every 15 seconds. The result is a fast and fun presentation which lasts just 5 minutes.  After the presentaton - there will be table discussion and table presentations!

    Topics 

    Low and no-cost incentives - How does an HR person find things to motivate and do for employees with little or no budget?  This IGNITE program will show the HR professional no and low cost incentives ideas that take little time, money or energy to do that employees and the HR Department will love.  – Nancy Wraight

    Emotional Intelligence - It’s not just about your IQ! Come and Learn about EQ, The 4 Emotional Intelligence Skills that enable you to achieve your fullest potential and learn how to work smarter with people. – Elizabeth Lankton

    “Talking the Walk: Aligning HR’s Message to the Employer’s Mission” - The session will focus upon how to communicate HR’s strategy and activities in a way that reflects and reinforces the mission of the larger organization.  Using the right language is key for HR to be seen as a strategic business partner.  – Erik Christian

    Record-Keeping and Retention - Record-keeping requirements can be confusing given that there are numerous regulations that govern some aspect of employer record-keeping and retention. HR departments generate and receive a significant volume of records, and it is important for HR professionals to make a strong business case for implementing a comprehensive records management program.  This Ignite program will outline a blueprint for compliance in an effective records retention workplace policy.  – Cathy Plouzek